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Emily Mann
Emily Mann, model for Buddist Punk, 2007
Nationality British
Field model

Emily Mann is an English model, musician and artist.

Born in Streatham, London, Mann studied at the Barlett School of Architecture. In 2005 she was in the Channel 5 TV reality show Make Me A Supermodel where she worked with film makers and photographers, notably Perou and David Lam.

She has modeled with Oxygen Model Management and with the Pineal Eye Agency. She has also featured in The Nylon Book of Global Style, "100 Cool Brands" for "Buddist Punk" and has appeared in Vogue (Italy & UK), Vanity Fair, Marmalade, Dazed and i-D magazines.

Mann was the model for Paul Harvey's painting which was used as the promotional image for the The Stuckists Punk Victorian show at the Walker Art Gallery during the 2004 Liverpool Biennial.[1] Mann was also invited to display one of her own works to the show. It was among the Stuckist donation of 175 paintings declined by the Tate Gallery in 2005.[2]

Mann was the bass guitar player in the group Client, in which she was known as Client E. She is also a regular DJ at Tesco Disco, The Glitz and Back to Nature, a night inspired by Fad Gadget. On 4 September 2007 it was announced on the Client discussion forum by fellow band member, Client A, that Mann had left the band.

References

  1. ^ Milner, Frank ed. (2004), "The Stuckists Punk Victorian" National Museums Liverpool, ISBN 1902700279, p.74
  2. ^ "Serota snubs Stuckist supermodel" The Independent, August 3, 2005. Accessed from stuckism.com, April 19, 2006

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